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#31 LadyP

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    Posted 09 June 2008 - 07:52 PM

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    Catherine I have the same situation usually. I call them scrabble names. Because clearly their parents took out the scrabble box and just threw some letters down to make a name.
    I like that because that is exactly how it is.

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    And no one told her what it was?? OMG, people really need a wake up call... Does "Little Clap" have a nickname? What school are you at?
    I am in South Philly McDaniel


    [QUOTE=Opice34;414813]Okay - the Clamydia (i don't know how to spell that) kills me. INSANE.
    It doesnt matter if you can spelll it is about the phoentics of it all. I said I have a Kavizea and it sounds like the liquor Courvoisier -

    #32 JennyK

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      Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:02 PM

      I love my niece and nephew's names - Dante & Anjolie. My bro & SIL love Angelina Jolie's name (only lol) so they mushed it together and formed Anjolie.

      #33 Tamster808

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        Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:03 PM

        I am going to name my daughter Ann Catherine so her intials are ACK. Or if it is a boy Ethan Lee, intials ELK.

        Ok I might not do it because ACK is just wrong.

        #34 JennyK

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          Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:04 PM

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          I am going to name my daughter Ann Catherine so her intials are ACK. Or if it is a boy Ethan Lee, intials ELK.

          Ok I might not do it because ACK is just wrong.
          my FI's is GAK and he loves it lol

          #35 ACDCDCAC

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          Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:07 PM

          this thread is simultaneously cracking me up and making me want to rush out and educate the less fortunate

          also i work with a very nice lady who's 5 year old granddaughter is named Nivea. like the cream.

          #36 Bride010101

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            Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:15 PM

            One of the ladies I work with named her children (first and middle names):

            Skye Blue
            Krystal Clear

            #37 LadyP

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              Posted 09 June 2008 - 08:17 PM

              I was naming my daughter Molly McButter McCall hehehe

              #38 Jenn79

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                Posted 10 June 2008 - 10:46 AM

                I had a teacher whose name was Richard Dix...no joke. I cannot imagine what he must have had to deal with growing up. As it was, we immature children (ages 12 and 13) had plenty of fun snickering behind his back.
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                #39 boscobel

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                  Posted 10 June 2008 - 10:59 AM

                  Great thread, D! I will have to see what I can think up...

                  I just read a book where a character's name was Anjolie! So pretty.

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                  Originally Posted by JennyK
                  I love my niece and nephew's names - Dante & Anjolie. My bro & SIL love Angelina Jolie's name (only lol) so they mushed it together and formed Anjolie.


                  #40 jajajaja

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                    Posted 10 June 2008 - 11:15 AM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by JenniferLynn
                    I had a teacher whose name was Richard Dix...no joke. I cannot imagine what he must have had to deal with growing up. As it was, we immature children (ages 12 and 13) had plenty of fun snickering behind his back.
                    I went to school with a kid named Richard Head. He got teased relentlessly and tried to go by his middle name, Nathan, in high school but people just refused to change his name. Poor guy.
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